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  1. Projects Workbench/track saw cutting table

    I wanted a portable bench that could be used as a cutting table with the track saw. Some of the things I wanted with the bench was clamping ability, a vertical sliding fence and, a track saw track hinge mounting and support. I started with two Kreg Track Horses and then built a frame for the...
  2. Projects Reclaimed Barn Beam Bench "Calliope"

    A very old barn board is the seat. Pinkish/red epoxy channels and reinforcement in cracks help keep this board straight and together. One leg is another barn board while the other leg is a 10.75" diameter tube steel powder coated grey. Both legs are diagonally supported by triangular barn...
  3. Quick Boot Bench

    My brother called a couple days ago and wanted this for a Christmas gift. Since there's no reason to wait till the last minute, I decided to get it done right away. After all, he gave me 5 days to make it. 4 feet wide, 2 feet deep and 3 feet tall. Made of Beetle Kill Pine. Several coats of...
  4. End Grain Top, A true labor of love

    I have had the opportunity to build several, end grain, butcher block cutting boards when a close friend asked if i could make a counter top for a kitchen island. The process is the same, but it is considerably more work to build a larger top…especially in a small shop like mine. I was...
  5. No, it is not a coffin!

    I just finished this cherry blanket chest / dressing bench for delivery tomorrow. The dimensions are: 60" long by 24" x 24" I used birch plywood for the bottow and a light cherry oil finish just to kind of even out the color inconsistancies. I finished it with semi-gloss poly. Now, if I can...
  6. Walnut cube wood accent Stool / Table ~ Hourglass style

    Walnut cube wood accent Stool / Table ~ Hourglass style 12X12X18 Cutting the piece in this way exposes more of the colorful heartwood & lightens the piece for reasonable shipping. More pics at http://www.around-the-bend.com & in my ebay store...
  7. Cotton Mill Bench and how I attached the table top to table base

    Noticed someone had commented again wondering how I attached the Cotton Mill table top to the base since there is no metal in the table. I drilled 1.75 holes through the top wings of the base, then placed the base on the table to mark where those holes were on the table top. Drilled 1.5"...
  8. Out feed / assembly table

    I have needed a out feed for my table saw for some time now. I also needed a assembly table but I am limited to the amount of space that I have in my shop. I also move around a lot so I had to build it to be able to be taken apart for ease of move. I spent some time looking for a bench that...
  9. Pine storage chest/bench

    this is a storage chest /bench i made for my sister to go with the trestle table. It is made with a douglas fir frame work and covered and lined with 1×4 beaded tongue and groove pine boards. finished with several coats of polyurethane. that's my sister in the last pic.
  10. Bench Top Jointer

    Bench top Jig to hold my electric hand plane as a small jointer. Based on the YouTube tutorial by Get Hands Dirty. It works very well :)
  11. Knock-down saw bench

    I have no shop, and no space for something as large as a normal saw bench. So I've taken on the challenge of building a knock-down saw bench that is still stable and not too much of a pain to set up. It's much more comfy (and useful) than my Workmate for such things. It might even be more...
  12. Entry Bench

    We moved into a new house in January and the coat closet is not next to the door, there are also hickory floors that I don't want to scratch up with gravel from the driveway. This was the end result. The base is birch plywood and poplar, the top is poplar finished with stain and a thick coat...
  13. Learning Tower/ Helper Stool

    Graft21 posted a project of a helper stool. The idea hit me that I had a granddaughter who really would like one .I talked to my son and DIL about it found where they wanted to store it , took some measurements came home got online, then got on Sketchup, made a drawing with some dimensions and...
  14. Planing Board

    I've been working on the bench in the picture for about 4-5 years, and the double-pipe-vice serves my needs for working on the ends of pieces, and on cleaning up edges of pieces, but the top of the bench is nowhere near flat enough for effective planing of the faces of boards. So this is to...
  15. Rustic Maple Coffee Table

    This is a rustic Coffee table that I made for a client out of a 2.5 inch solid maple plank. The plank was salvaged from an old hip barn that was being torn down. The legs are white oak that was salvaged out of the same barn. I used dowels to connect the legs. And just a poly finish to...
  16. desk and filing cabinet

    desk and filing cabinet
  17. Table Saw Dust Collector

    As I've posted before, I tend to take equipment, and materials work the best they can for my needs. I have gone to a whole new level now with permanent, "fixed"(I hope), dust collection. I have a "screamer" table saw that I built a massive rolling workbench for, with miter slots, and storage. I...
  18. Pine Kitchen Corner nook

    A client wanted a corner nook for her kitchen and had a general idea of what she wanted by supplying me with some furniture ads. I used Sketchup to develop a basic design for her and after about 4 changes came up with the final plan. This was the final result which took about 40 hours of work...
  19. Gun display chest

    Okay first thing is this is a display chest, it's not made for locking up the guns. The reason why I say this is every time I build a chest or cabinet that involves gun storage there is always some one who try's to lecture me about gun safety. These are items I build for my customers with there...
  20. Bench & Shoe Rack

    This is a simple piece that I made for use by our entry door. The purpose is to clear up the clutter and give a place to sit while putting on or taking off shoes. The wood is white ash. The finish is natural Danish Oil and polyurethane, to protect against water, mud, snow and such. This...
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